Kids hunt for fossils at Falls of the Ohio State Park, on the Indiana shore of the Ohio River across from Louisville. Dams and canals that tamed the original “falls,” a series of rapids that impeded 18th-century travel on the river, also uncovered a rock layer that is one of the largest exposed Devonian-era fossil beds in the world.
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